Why it matters

Chronic respiratory diseases pose a substantial health risk to all populations, with COPD causing 3.2 million deaths every year*. Overall, chronic respiratory diseases are believed to account for almost one in every 14 deaths worldwide and are the third-leading cause of death**. If achieved, advances in respiratory health would lead to longer lives, more healthy living days, and improved national economies***.

Clinical trials in respiratory diseases centre on conditions that affect the airways and lungs. Typically, these include asthma, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pulmonary fibrosis, and occupational lung diseases****.

What we do

Clinical trials in respiratory diseases can only succeed with calibrated, world-class equipment. Woodley Trial Solutions works closely with CROs to ensure they have access to everything they need to complete their research. This includes incubators, pulse oximeters, and vital signs monitors – all of which are essential for generating relevant respiratory disease data. Alongside this specialist equipment, we can also deliver refrigerators, freezers, thermometers, temperature dataloggers, and scales. The quality of all our equipment is rigorously checked and monitored. It can be stored in and distributed from dedicated healthcare hubs accredited to ISO9001 (critical for working with sterile equipment), and can reach any site in the world in just days.

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Our 30+ years of experience with product knowledge, sourcing quality, regulatory intelligence and logistical knowhow makes us experts in what we do.

We take care of details – providing reassurance and saving you time and money from end-to-end of your clinical trial.

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** https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7284317/
*** https://www.firsnet.org/images/publications/FIRS_Master_09202021.pdf
**** https://www.who.int/health-topics/chronic-respiratory-diseases